It’s no secret that the retail landscape’s changing fast, but even as digital shopping skyrockets, our 1,800+ stores are—and will continue to be—critically important for Target. So important, that over the next three years we’ll spend billions of dollars reimagining and repositioning them.
Over the next three years, Target will invest invest more than $7 billion in capital and about $1 billion in annual operating profits to grow sales faster, gain market share, and adapt to guests’ rapidly changing preferences.
We’re announcing a new chemical strategy that addresses our entire value chain, operations and every product we sell—a first in the retail industry.
Before we tie the bow on 2016, we couldn’t help but reminisce about some big moments from the past year. And what a year it’s been—from incredible new brands, design partnerships and music to creating new ways to play.
New designs are coming to Target's San Francisco Open House space, our showcase for smart home technology. Here are the top 5.
With better-than-expected results for the third quarter driven by improvement in traffic, profitability, and unexpectedly strong sales in the Back-to-School and Back-to-College season, Target raised expectations for Q4.
Passionate about helping people participate in our democracy? There are lots of ways to lend your time and voice to the cause!
The 2016 presidential race has captured the attention of the entire nation. Let's look at the other important races and initiatives that'll be decided across the US.
The Solar Energy Industries Association just named Target its No. 1 corporate solar installer of the year. It's our first time in the top spot!
Highlights of our second quarter earnings report include growth in women's apparel and other signature categories, incredible response to the new Cat & Jack line, digital conversion and flexible store formats with local flavor.
Here it is, the 2015 Corporate Social Responsibility Report, summarized in a handy infographic.
We're partnering with several fantastic organizations that help make wellness attainable for all.
2016's first-quarter results were solid in a challenging environment. Learn more!
Made to Matter 2016 is taking the elite collection of natural, organic and sustainable products to a whole new level.
Recent debate around proposed laws in several states has reignited a national conversation around inclusivity. So earlier this week, we reiterated with our team members where Target stands and how our beliefs are brought to life in how we serve our guests.
Target announces its fourth quarter and full-year 2015 earnings results. How are we doing?
2015 was a year of volatile weather worldwide, and where we were able, Target helped out. Here's a look back at our efforts last year.
New locations this year will be urban, and most will have a smaller footprint than the traditional Target.
Target's fourth consecutive quarter of sales and traffic growth positions us for a successful holiday season.
Target has pledged to help reduce 6 billion tons of carbon pollution by 2030. To get there, we released eight new sustainability goals that we'll achieve by 2020.
It's a big month for wellness at Target, including the launch of a unique team member Activity Challenge using FitBit ™ and a partnership with UNICEF's Kid Power!
How are we doing? The highlights that matter from our quarterly earnings report.
Target Open House brings the Internet of Things to life and demonstrates the possibilities of the Connected Home.
Policy & a Pint is a monthly event series dedicated to bringing a younger generation of Minnesotans into the policy conversation, produced by the Citizens League and The Current and made possible by Target.
Made to Matter — Handpicked by Target is nearly doubling in size this year! The collection of brands that offer natural, organic and sustainable products is expected to hit $1 billion in sales for 2015.
300 mayors from across America gathered for the 83rd annual Winter Meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors in January, to engage with federal leaders, as well as business and thought leaders. Target's Thad Hellman was a featured speaker.
Wondering what's new at Target? Check out the buzz from Twitter.
Target teamed up with law enforcement organizations across the country to help kids in need buy Christmas presents for their families.
When Tom, seafood buyer for Target, learned how the farmed salmon market worked, he decided Target could do better.
As a retailer, importer, credit card issuer, health-care provider and employer of more than 365,000 team members, Target plays an important role in informing policy makers about many legislative issues.
The National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL) held its annual Legislative Summit in Minneapolis, MN Aug 19-22, bringing legislative leadership from all over the U.S. into Target’s backyard.
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges celebrated Women’s Equality Day at Target Headquarters with the Women’s Business Council and the Citizens Council.